Washington Anchor Replacement Project

Helping maintain Washington's climbing since 2008

Author: anchoradmin


  • Field Reports

    Field Reports

    Something New! Welcome to Field reports! In this new feature, WARP brings you information about the work being done to replace bolts around the state. This first installment comes from WARP committee and WCC board member Scott Underwood. Enjoy! May, 2018 I replaced some bolts at my local climbing area recently then shared these pics […]

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  • Glue-in goodies!

    The great folks over at ClimbTech just helped us out with an order of glue-ins for some of our softer stone crags (read: Peshastin and the like).  We’re excited for our relationship with them and for the support they provide to WARP. Visit their website at http://www.climbtechgear.com  

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  • Examples of Bad Hardware

    Examples of Bad Hardware

    Cruising around the cliffs in Icicle Canyon, near Leavenworth, one WARP volunteer just spotted these relics in need of replacement. These shining (or should we say rusting?) examples of poor, dangerous hardware are exactly what we need your help in spotting on our local crags!

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  • Welcome to WARP!

    We are excited to announce the Washington Anchor Replacement Project (WARP). Please check out the new website and get involved! Help send Washington’s hardest project!

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